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Japan plans to sign an agreement with Saudi Arabia next month to facilitate Japanese investment in the world’s biggest oil producer to help secure overseas energy resources at lower costs, a government source said.

The plan will coincide with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Saudi Arabia in early May and comes as the nation struggles to cover the loss of nuclear energy following the Fukushima disaster.

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